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Junky Educational Apps and the People Who Make Them.
The other day I had another reminder of just how naive I really am. You’d think by now I would be a bit wilier. But no. So here’s the story. You all know that I review a LOT of educational … Continue reading
Posted in App Reviews & Recs, Technology Tagged Adaptive learning, Android, App Store, apps, Decision making, Education, education apps, education technology, Educational technology, gaming, IPad, IPhone, iTunes, ITunes Store, Learning, mlearning, Professional development, Student, Teacher, Technology, Thought, Twitter 19 Comments
Best of 2012 – These are a few of my favorite things!
It seems like everyone has a “Best of” list going right now as we wrap up 2012…so why not me too? Here is some of what I’ve really enjoyed this year… Blogs: GigaOm: I love this blog. It is just … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Arne Duncan, Audrey Watters, business model generation, clickers, Cnet, creativity, Education, Educational technology, elearning, Eric Barker, Frank Catalano, gigaom, Google, inbound marketing, Instructional design, IPad, K through 12, KQED, Learning, mindshift, Native Brain, Native Numbers, Performance, socrative, Steve Krug, student response systems, TabPilot, Teacher, teachercast, Technology, thiagi, Twitter, United States Secretary of Education, web usability 5 Comments
Intrinsic Motivation can be Aversive
A few days ago, a friend of mine, Matt Welch, wrote something on his blog that totally blew my mind. There’s been so much conversation lately, on this blog and others, debating the use and value of intrinsic and extrinsic … Continue reading
Posted in Learner Behavior Tagged arranged consequences, artificial consequences, aversive control, Education, extrinsic motivation, intrinsic motivation, Matt Welch, Motivation, natural consequences, negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement, Reading, reinforcement, Student, Twitter, United States 13 Comments
Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation…a false dichotomy?
I had a fascinating “debate” of sorts with some of my Twitter colleagues two weeks ago. We were discussing the recent article, Freakonomics Goes to School and Teaches Us the Right Way to Bribe Kids, that appeared in The Atlantic … Continue reading
Posted in Learner Behavior Tagged Angry Birds, Applied behavior analysis, B.F. Skinner, Behavior, Behavior Analysis, behavior management, cognitive learning, Education, extrinsic motivation, Freakonomics, Intrinsic and extrinsic properties, intrinsic motivation, John A. List, Motivation, positive reinforcement, Psychology, reinforcement, skill acquisition, Teacher, teaching, Twitter 47 Comments
Five Steps for a Successful Classroom Technology Implementation
Today we have the good fortune to have a guest blogger, Ms. Erin Hommeland, who is a Professional Development and Classroom Technology Implementation Consultant. She also has the advantage of being an amazing person. Here she is…. –KM For the … Continue reading